Dry, rough or cracked heels, is a common problem most people face at one time or another. With summer here, we become more conscious of it as our feet are exposed in sandals. The reason our feet suffer from intense dryness is that there are no oil glands in them, making sweat glands their sole source of moisture, as they bear the weight of our entire body each day.
As sweat glands alone usually aren’t enough to keep our feet comfortably moisturized, it is necessary to avoid things that cause excessive dryness. Finding home remedies that will replace moisture, needed to avoid uncomfortable cracked heels, is provided in the video you are about to watch below.
Cold weather, drying soaps, aging, low humidity, overly hot and prolonged showers and sun exposure are the usual suspects that contribute to dry feet, according to “Foot Vitals.” Their recommendations for home remedies include a 10-minute lemon juice foot bath, because the acid helps to dissolve dead skin; a homemade cream of olive oil mixed with lavender essential oil or lemon help to soothe and heel.
“Livestrong” recommends Vaseline spread over your entire feet and covered with cotton socks overnight for a great healing effect over time, as well as an exfoliating scrub with equal parts of olive oil and brown sugar for 10-15 minutes. Sesame Oil, Honey and Milk as well as some other great solutions are illustrated in the VIDEO below. It offers some easy-to-follow remedies to resolve troublesome cracked heels.
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